Tohru Fujisawa's Soul Reviver Manga Gets Live-Action Japanese-Korean ShowHero’s Inc. launched on Tuesday that Tohru Fujisawa and Manabu Akishige‘s Soul Reviver manga is inspiring an upcoming joint Japanese-South Korean live-action current. The current will debut in over-the-top streaming corporations in South Korea.

Japanese manufacturing agency Robot and South Korean manufacturing agency B.A. Entertainment are co-producing the current, by way of a partnership facilitated by the Visual Industry Promotion Organization since October of ultimate 12 months.

In the distinctive manga, the lifeless can be launched once more to life, if their souls can be restored sooner than disappearing into the void. Between lack of life and the void is the world of the lifeless, and two individuals — the earlier detective Ryūsuke Jin and the lifeless highschool girl Clara Sekimachi — salvage souls on this realm.

Fujisawa created the state of affairs and distinctive character designs, whereas Akishige drew the manga. The manga launched in Hero’s Inc.‘s Monthly Hero’s journal in 2011, and ended it in November 2014 with 4 volumes.

Shogakukan promoted the third amount with a 3D CG fast in April 2013, and Kaizō Hayashi (Maiku Hama films, inventive director for 7 Blades recreation) directed a nine-minute live-action fast primarily based totally on the manga in December 2013. The assortment moreover had a Hollywood live-action film adaptation throughout the works, nevertheless has had no further bulletins since 2014. Edward Zwick (director, The Last Samurai, Glory, Courage Under Fire) and Marshall Herskovitz (producer, The Last Samurai, Traffic, I Am Sam) had been hooked as much as the film by the use of Herskovitz’s The Bedford Falls Company.

Fujisawa (GTO) began the Soul Reviver South assortment as a result of the manga’s “second season” in Monthly Hero’s in December 2014, one month after the distinctive manga ended. The second assortment resulted in February 2016 with three volumes.

Source: Comic Natalie